Motorola Moto G22 leaks with a 90 Hz OLED display and a 50 MP camera for under €200
The Moto G22 has leaked again, having been showcased by 91mobiles last month. This time, WinFuture has published numerous renders of the device, plus several specifications. Purportedly, the Moto G22 should land in at least four colours, not just the one that WinFuture has shown. However, the website claims that Motorola will only bring the black model to Europe initially.
Reputedly, the Moto G22 relies on a MediaTek Helio G37, an unreleased SoC that has eight CPU cores split into two clusters. Additionally, the SoC features the PowerVR GE8320 GPU, also found in the Helio G25, Helio G35 and the MT8768. Moreover, WinFuture asserts that the Moto G22 has a 6.53-inch AMOLED display that operates natively at 1,600 x 720 pixels and 90 Hz.
A 5,000 mAh battery supports the low-power SoC and low-resolution display, which the Moto G22 can recharge at up to 10 W. Incidentally, the Moto G22 offers a 50 MP primary camera (f/1.8), an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera and dual 2 MP rear-facing sensors for collecting depth of field and macro information. Also, Motorola equips the Moto G22 with a 16 MP front-facing camera that sits beneath a centred notch.
The Moto G22 will start with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of expandable storage. Presumably, Motorola will offer the device in multiple memory configurations too, though. Unfortunately, it remains unclear when Motorola will launch the Moto G22. According to WinFuture, the smartphone will retail for less than €200, although it has not revealed a specific price tag.